The Dwarf Umbrella Tree, also called Schefflera Arboricola is an evergreen multi-stemmed shrub native to China. Here’s a good website with more information about this plant.
Slowly, the leaves spread out and form a sort of canopy, which gives it the name.
I keep this plant in partial sunlight for 3/4 hours a day.
It requires very little maintenance except deadheading some branches.
I water it between once a week during peak winters and alternate days during peak summers.
I fertilise it every 2 months or when it shows signs of growth.
Here’re some good tools which will help you with your gardening.
2 thoughts on “Home Garden – Dwarf Umbrella Tree”
Saale maali, Flora is the biggest word in your word cloud – why don’t you grow a Venus flytrap and put your nunni in it?
Your father is a bigger maali. Your mother’s vag is a Venus flytrap and your father has already put his nunni in it.